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Studio Album, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Le La Loo Loo Le La (2:29)
2. Harlequin of Love (2:50)
3. Crying for Disaster's Hand (4:08)
4. What Is the Further Purpose (3:10)
5. Swaying Fire (3:32)
6. Mirela (2:10)
7. Freedom Dance (3:28)
8. Lovelight (4:06)

Total Time 25:53

Line-up / Musicians

- Dirk Bogaert / lead vocals, flute
- Frank Wuyts / keyboards, vocals
- Kuba Szczepanski / violin
- Patrick Cogneaux / bass
- Jacky Mauer / drums

Releases information

Recorded in 1972 for the intended first album, previously released on CD in 1996 as part of the compilation "PSYCHILLIS OF A LUNATIC GENIUS" (Musea FGBG 4191.AR)

LP Musea ‎- RPC021 (2016, France)

Pazop signed a contract and recorded this first album in 1972. Unfortunately, the label refused to release the record due to the title influenced by Zappa and the Canterbury scene and recorded at the famous Herouville's castle studio, only to be released in 2016 for the first time on vinyl

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